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August 28, 2014 I The Lovell Chronicle I 11 Bairco and Mountain Construction win scholarship tourney BY SAM SMITH The teams of Bairco and Mountain Construc- tion took first place in gross and net scoring, re- spectively, at the Fairway for Our Kids charity golf tournament Saturday at the Foster Golf Course. Members of the Bair- co Constuction team were Rod Winland, Josh Spon- sel, Eric Honeyman and David Hayes. Members of the Mountain Constuction team were Evan Frost, Dave Frost, Treyson Frost and Nic Sponsel. Second place went to the Diamond J Bar team -- Jake Bischoff, Jay Bi- schoff, Brian Green and Tim Martin -- and "The Ladies" team of Peggy Denzin, Cameron Frates, Julie Anne Frost and Pat Parmer took third. Flag prizes were won by Evan Frost, Jake Bi- schoff, Neil Baxendale, Scotty Jameson, Pat Par- mer, Julie Anne Frost, Cameron Frates, Lori Graham, Sam Wright and Peggy Denzin. The teams that won deuces were Anderson Trucking, the Harrisons, Bairco Construction, Mountain Construction, the Geisers, Diamond J Bar and The Ladies. The tournament was sponsored by the Brandin' Iron Restaurant and Na- tion Auction Service along with Alotta Construction, Lundberg Consulting and 41 other local companies. All proceeds from the tournament go to scholar- ships for local high school graduates. ALS CHALLENGE DAVID PECK Lovell School Resource Officer and sheriffs deputy Steve Coleman gets a cold bucket of water over the head from Fire Dept. Capt. Bob Mangus last Friday morning at the fire hall. DAVID PECK Leslie Blackburn looks quite pleased to be able to splash her father, Sheriff Ken Blackburn, with ice cold water as part of the ALS Challenge Friday morning at the Lovell Fire Hall. DAVID PECK Lovell Fire Dept. Captain Bob Mangus dowses Big Horn County Emergency Management Coodinator Jason Beal with cold water for the ALS Challenge Friday morning at the fire hall in Lovell. Several local law enforcement officers have accepted the ALS Challenge, raising money for the ALS Association. Here, a front-end loader dumps water on Lovell Police Dept. officers and dispatchers (l- r) Officer Jared Knudsen, Dispatcher Jennifer Massey, Chief Nick Lewis, Officer Kris Brimhall and Sgt. Noe Garcia. In the ALS Challenge, those challenged can accept the ice bucket challenge, make a donation to ALS or do both. COURTESY PHOTO Cross-country runners look to build on last year's success BY KARLA POMEROY Rocky Mountain/Burl- ington cross-country Coach John Bernhisel said while numbers are down this year, just 10 runners, he still has expectations for the team to equal or im- prove on finishes last year. The Grizzlies captured fourth at the state meet while the Lady Grizzlies were sixth. "Although our numbers are down a bit, we are re- turning some of our best runners from our regional and state teams," Bernhis- el said. This year's Grizzly team features all Rocky Moun- tain runners led by seniors Casey Banks and Josh Mc- Cracken. Banks was 14th at the regional meet and 21st at the state meet with a time of 19:25.31 last year. McCracken is new to the squad. Seth Fuller joins the squad as the lone junior. Three sophomores round out the Grizzly teams -- Dominic Twomey, who was 16th at State with a time of 10:01.51; Zach Milbrad, who ran a time of 22:42.42 at State last year, and Tre- van Lytle. While the Grizzlies are dominated by Rocky Mountain runners, the Lady Grizzlies are split with Rocky and Burling- ton runners. The girls team is led by senior Denice Es- calante of Rocky Mountain. She was the second-high- est placer for Rocky Moun- tain at State with a time of 26:21.49. Burlington junior Zari- ah Tolman was the team's top runner at last season's regional meet, placing 15th with a time of 26:21.69. New to the team this year are Burlington sophomore Pacee Garza and Rocky Mountain freshman Macey George. Garza as a fresh- man competed in the 3,200- run in track, qualifying for the state meet, and fin- ished just below medaling in ninth place. Bernhisel is assist- ed this year by Tim Jones, who works with the middle school runners, Penny Tol- man, who coaches the Bur- lington athletes, and Min- dy Mickelson, a volunteer assistant. Middle school runners this year are eighth-grad- er Grace Wassmer, sev- enth-graders Justin Daus- man and Richard Spann and sixth-graders Devin Gilmore, Elsie Wassmer and George Higgins. The teams head to Cody this Friday to start the sea- son. Races begin at 4 p.m. in the Beck Lake Park area. The rest of the high school cross-country sched- ule is as follows: Sept. 5 @ Billings, 4 p.m. Sept./2 @ Wyoming Indian, 4 p.m. Sept. 22, RMHS Invite @ Foster Gulch, 4:30 p.m. Sept. 25 @ Worland, 4 p.m. Oct. 2 @ Thermopolis, 3 p.m. Oct. 4 @ Wright, 10 a.m. Oct. 9 @ Powell, 4 p.m. The conference meet will be Oct. 17 and the state meet is Oct. 25. The middle school squad will host its annual RMMS Invitational next Thursday, Sept. 4, at 4.30 p.m. in Cowley. Neurology Proposed Amendment to the Wyoming Constitution to be voted on at the General Election Nov. 4, 2014 Underlined words would be added to existing law. Constitutional Amendment A The adoption of this amendment would allow the governor to appoint nonresidents of the state to serve as University of Wyoming trustees. Not more than twenty percent (20%) of the appointed trustees may be nonresidents of the state. The governor would not be required to appoint any non- resident as a trustee. All appointments to the board of trustees are with the advice and consent of the Wyoming Senate. Article 7, Section 17. Government of university. The legislature shall provide by law for the management of the university,.its lands and other property by a board of trustees, consisting of not less than seven members, to be appointed by the governor by and with the advice and consent of the senate, and the president of the university, and the superintendent of public instruction, as members ex officio, as such having the right to speak, but not to vote. The duties and powers of the trustees shall be prescribed by law. Not more than twenty percent (20%) of the appointed trustees may be nonresidents of the state, notwithstanding the provisions of Article 6, Section 15 of this Constitution. 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